The Make Noise 0-Coast synthesizer is an all-in-one synth that can be used as synth module, but also as a ‘gateway drug’ to so-called ‘West Coast’ synthesis. In this video review, Nick Batt of Sonic State takes a look at the 0-Coast, digging into sonic capabilities of each of the major sections.
At ContinuuCon, Make Noise founder Tony Rolando gave a talk, offering his take on the ‘East Coast Synthesis’ & ‘West Coast Synthesis’ traditions.
In the video above, James Ciglar takes the new Make Noise 0-Coast synthesizer through its paces, pairing it up with the Elektron OctaTrack. The Make Noise 0-Coast is a new all-in-one monophonic synth that combines elements of so-called ‘East Coast’ and ‘West Coast’ synthesis approaches. The 0-Coast is a standalone synth module that you can just hook… Read More MakeNoise 0-Coast Synthesizer Meets Elektron OctaTrack
At Moogfest 2016, Make Noise was showing their upcoming 0-Coast synthesizer, an all-in-one monophonic synth that combines elements of so-called ‘East Coast’ and ‘West Coast’ synthesis approaches.
Make Noise has introduced a new Eurorack modular synthesizer, System Cartesian, that they say is designed to bring together the best of the ‘East Coast Synthesis’ (in the tradition of Moog modulars) and ‘West Coast Synthesis’ (Buchla). Here’s how they describe it:
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